By Eugenia Moskowitz
Every type of car was featured at the fifth annual Operation Paws car show, put on by Hudson Valley Hot Rods president Paulie Niemann last weekend at Lasser Park in Salisbury Mills to benefit the Blooming Grove Humane Society.
The beautiful sunshine made the chrome and metallic paint sparkle, from early antique to 40s mafia hit-cars, 50s bruiser-cruisers, 60s Corvettes and Mustangs, 70s Cadillacs, and contemporary works of beauty in the form of pickups, Jeeps, and sports cars. Vintage police vehicles and tractors also made an appearance. Hoods were up with engines gleaming for people to look at and covet.
The Hudson Valley Hot Rods regular Friday Night Cruise car show is held weekly April through October starting 6:00 p.m. at the Veterans Common parking lot across from Betty’s on East Main Street in Washingtonville. Everyone from anywhere is welcome to bring their ride and meet fellow car lovers.
CAPTION 1: Cars cars cars at the fifth annual Operation Paws auto show. (Photo by Eugenia Moskowitz)